It is almost axiomatic that Nigeria is in a sorry state. We live in a country beset on every side by various problems, ranging from poor social infrastructure to a failed leadership system, from devalued ethical and traditional mores to dwindling state resources. And the dire state of the nation is made more glaring when compared to its glorious yesteryears, before everything fell apart.
In this keen social commentary, What's Left of What's Right, the author fixes a critical eye on our society, in a bid to trace the points at which we have steered wrongly and veered off the right path and takes account of what we have lost and what we still have of the rich inheritance our national fathers have bequeathed us.
Like Jeremiah of old, he calls out in a strident voice against what is wrong with our nation. And like Jeremiah, he is not content to be a critic alone, but recommends a way forward, in order to regain our glorious past, to retrieve, as it were, what we had left behind of what is right.
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